Henley-on-Thames RG9 1SL


Situated in arguably one of the most sought after residential roads in Henley approximately 0.5 miles from the town centre and railway station. Offering immaculately presented modern and chic open plan living space to the ground floor and benefitting from two bedrooms to the first floor.


The part glazed front door leads into a large open plan reception room with re-fitted wide board exposed flooring. The sitting area has a fireplace housing a wood burning stove and shelved recesses to each side of the chimney breast, a double glazed sash window and recessed spotlights.

The dining area has an attractive exposed brick chimney breast with a decorative arched niche and a modern bespoke built staircase to first floor.

The modern fitted kitchen has a good range of painted wall and base units with green granite work surfaces and an inset sink. There is an integrated dishwasher, a fitted double oven with an induction hob and stainless steel hood over. A picture window has a rear aspect.

The rear lobby has plumbing for the washing machine. A glazed door leads to the garden.

A further door opens to the ground floor bathroom which has been recently refurbished to a high standard and includes a three piece white suite comprising a panelled bath with tiled walls and a glass shower screen, a wash hand basin a low level WC and a tiled floor with underfloor heating.

Stairs lead from the dining area to the first floor.

Bedroom one is a double bedroom which has a front aspect, an attractive fireplace and hanging space each side of the chimney breast. 

Bedroom two has a rear aspect.  N.B. This room is open to the staircase, but originally had a partition wall enclosing the space, which could be reinstated by the buyer if they prefer. 


The courtyard rear garden is fully enclosed with a high wall. There is a pedestrian rear gate leading to a walkway, which leads out to Greys Hill. 

To the rear of the bathroom extension there is a useful block built storage shed.

Living in Greys Hill

Greys Hill is a quiet residential road 0.5 miles from the town centre and railway station, which is just a 10 minute walk away.

Henley has a wide selection of shops, including a Waitrose supermarket; there are boutiques, a cinema, an historic theatre, excellent pubs and restaurants, a bustling market every Thursday and good schools for all ages. 

The commuter is well provided for with the M4/M40 giving road access to London, Heathrow, West Country and Midlands. Henley Station has direct links with London Paddington via Twyford which will become an Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) stain in 2020.

Reading – 7 miles

Maidenhead M4  Junction 8/9 – 11 miles

London Heathrow – 25 miles

London West End – 36 miles


Primary Schools – Trinity Primary, Sacred Heart Primary

Secondary Schools – Gillotts School

Sixth Form – The Henley College

Private Prep schools – St Mary’s School, Rupert House School,


There are many local rowing clubs along the river. In addition there are canoe clubs and a sailing club at Wargrave. The world famous Henley Royal Regatta takes place in July followed by the Henley Festival of Arts. The Rewind Festival takes place by the river in August. 

Mooring and Marina facilities can be found at Henley, Hambleden and Wargrave. 

There are local golf clubs at Henley Golf Club, Badgemore Park Golf Club.  Other sports clubs include, an active Rugby Club, Hockey, Football and Lawn tennis. 

There is superb walking, cycling and riding in the Chiltern Hills, an designated area of outstanding natural beauty.

Tenure – Freehold

Local Authority – South Oxfordshire District Council

Council Tax – Band D


Property Features
  • House
  • 2 bed
  • 1 bath